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ETP Phase 1 :: first public presentation

Posted on July 15, 2009 at 5:30am 0 Comments

On April 25th 2009, 14 experts in media art met in the Trans-Media-Labor in the GebäudeEnsemble Deutsche Werkstätten Hellerau to discuss the topic „Innovation in the crisis – Do our ideas have a chance?“ in the context of TMA WILL. The project European Tele-Plateaus – transnational sites of encounter and coproduction (ETP) took the centre stage. At the same day just a couple of hours ago, the first presentation of the previous achievements of the project took place. Unfortunately, because of… Continue

ETP phase 1 :: workshop in prague | field report

Posted on June 26, 2009 at 7:40am 1 Comment

Prague (Ivor Diosi) participated in the trial bridge effort between Dresden and Madrid using this minimalist setup on my table, with my faithful oprec-testing doll:



image 1: actuality 2009-04-25



Here's a slightly zoomed picture of the cameras I had at my disposal. To the left is a Creative Optia AF, a very solid webcam in its category. To the right is the camera module from TrackIR 4 Pro, which is in essence an infrared USB… Continue

ETP phase 1 :: discussion about networked artistic practices

Posted on June 26, 2009 at 6:00am 0 Comments

At April 21, 2009 @ DOX – Centre for Contemporary Art Prague, a discussion about networked artistic practices took place.



Participants:

Thomas Dumke (DE), Georg Hajdu (DE), Johan Melin (SE), Klaus Nicolai(DE), Marlon Barrios Solano (VE/USA), Andrea Szigetvári (HU), Frieder Weiß (DE)



This discussion was an introduction of the state-of-the-art of experimental practices in the field of networked and/or distributed creativity. Concepts and people behind two leading… Continue

ETP Phase 1 :: Workshop in Prague

Posted on June 25, 2009 at 8:51am 0 Comments

In the framework of enter4 – the 4th International Art | Science | Technology Festival in Prague (18th – 25th April 2009) the first workshop of ETP-project took place.



So, the aim of Prague-workshop was to get an introduction from the beginning of using the motion sensing system Kalypso. The networked environment »body-spaces_09explorations« was the basis for the workshop – mainly carried out by the TMA.

Proposed artistic production, testing, presentation and sustainable… Continue

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European Tele-Plateaus is an international initiative planned to run through 2010 with an aim to create publicly accessible networked audiovisual sites. The main objective is to make possible and support real-time sensory-physical interactions of people over long distances. Therefore, we work to establish a permanent network allowing for direct audiovisual real-time interactions between similarly configured public sites and performance stages across Europe. Tele-Plateaus will be composed, controlled and structured by movements of people from different cities. Within these networked stages and sites people from Dresden, Madrid, Norrköping, and Prague (among the first connected cities) can dance and play together. They can simultaneously create pictures, sounds, and light effects by means of their own movements without operating any additional interfaces. The shared virtual hyper-site is based on the generation of data that is available for processing to all computers within a common network. Movement parameters (speed, spatial position, etc.) are captured and digitalised by camera-based motion system and exchanged between computers at distant locations with a technically similar configuration. At concrete sites the numerically coded movement parameters are creatively transformed into audiovisual outputs and processes. Tele-Plateaus will ultimately provide accessible environments for live telematic artistic performances and other collaborative activities.
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